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  • Greetings!!!  Do you want your parrot be?  Hormonal,  Messy,  Curious,  Long lived, Demanding, And affectionate! If you’re in an idea of buying African grey or you have already have African grey, this guide will be helpful to you. The longevity guide for parrots (African grey edition) will guide you to
  • eliminate the killing factors that reduce the life span of parrots! Learn how to raise a friendly and intelligent parrot. Train your parrot to speak, sing etc... Earn you parrot trust and establish a good relationship with your bird. Understand your bird psychology and their body language. Eliminate all the human errors causing bad health to you parrot. A Few benefits of the book
  • Learn how to raise a disciplined bird! Learn how to socialize your parrot with all flock members Know what makes your parrot active and healthy Know how to terminate biting at beginning stage Learn How to train your parrot Learn how to select good toys for you parrot Our guide will give you a perfect solution to meet all your needs. The book is designed for every African grey parrot owner.
  • Longevity guide for African grey is proven system helps you to enhance your parrot's life Foraging-enrichements-enhancing-fun- food-cage-toys-vet-enviroment- emphaizing-bonding-interaction- socialization For every beginners and owners!!! How this book is useful for my parrot? This is a very good question. Apart from other guides longevity guide, as the name indicates will guide you to
  • raise your parrot’s normal lifespan to 10-20 years. Proper care-food-toys-interaction- enhance-enrichments-cage-train- socialization-vet-familiariztion-bond is covered in this book. Within next 24 hrs you can eliminate all poor factors associated in their lifespan. Almost all the contents are easy to read and understand, you can simply apply useful measures within next day or even an hour! If u can! Caring for your bird Learn how to deal with Parrot food
  • Balanced diet Avoiding over dosing, over feeding Mal nutrition, toxic foods Parrot wings, beaks, nails How to bath your bird? How to terminate your bird’s aggressive behavior? Taming and training your bird How to select good food? How to feed properly? What are your grey specific needs?
  • What’s the balanced diet? Healthy diet? What is Overdosing, nutritional deficiency, over feeding and unusual foods? How to introduce new food for African grey? Which is the best time to introduce new food? How to deal with sprouting? Pelleted foods? Seeds? Prevent the nutritional deficiency! How to maintain a good relationship What‘s is your parrot’s body language? Interacting with your bird
  • How diet affects pet’s behavior? Avoid inappropriate diet Flax seeds, sunflower seeds, requirements for African grey Emphasizing, meats, dairy foods, encouraging Why nutritional food is so important? African grey cage And toys How to select best cage for my bird? Learn how to deal with cage size and cage safety? Select the good cage for your bird?
  • Which cage you can afford? You can trust? Value for your money? Which are the best materials for the cage? Lining and bar spacing Best place for my parrot cage How to keep my parrot cage clean Why stainless steel is best? Height and width Safety advice for selecting toys Characteristics of good toys Buying toys Introducing toys Encouraging your parrot to play with toys
  • Toy evaluation Rotating and recycling the toys, toy kit How to find bad, dangerous toys? Behavior training Screaming. Do and don’t! How to change bad behavior? How to deal with chewing? How to avoid stress? How to avoid boredom? How to terminate wild behavior? Offering a occupational therapy Bonding
  • Bonding and trust. What should you need to know! How to avoid misunderstanding? How to maintain a strong bond? How to earn your parrot’s trust? Familiarization Reinforcing and reinforcements Why should you avoid punishments? Training your bird Enhancing your parrot life span Why should I offer parrot enrichments? What are the benefits of parrot enrichments?
  • How to setup my schedule? What are the items I can use for enrichments? How long I can offer it? How to deal with results? Selecting the play time Keeping the track of play time Boosting the interest! Setup and using the play time Why foraging systems are important Easy ideas for foraging Sample methods you can use in real time Maintaining good health of your bird
  • Choosing the vet for your bird! Tools, supplies and setup your first aid kit? Masking phenomenon in birds. What are the signs of illness and major diseases? Human errors. How to correct human errors causing bad health in parrots? How to deal with dogs, cats, children and temperature How to avoid poor socialization? What are the effects of feather dander and dust? Health insurance for your pet What is over dependency, over bonding? How much sleep is enough?
  • What should you know about parrot hormones? Dealing with phobia Root causes of Feather plucking Treatments for feather plucking Why exercise is important? 5 good things for your daily routine! The longevity guide is easy to read and understand. Apart from the other guides, it is the guide for every parrot owner (buyers and owners) helps you to set a security zone around your parrot and enhance your parrot's normal life to 20 years.
  • Top reasons why this book is worth • Proper food The complete details about giving her a perfect, balanced, healthy food.all the requirements are covered • Proper toys, cage and training What you should know about the cage, toys etc.. • Bonding and relationship
  • How should you bond with your bird and establish relationship your bird • Behavior and obedience You can change the bad ones! • Socialization, security and safety Socialize your bird, give high end security. Ensure safety at any time you’re in and out
  • • Maintaining good health. Enhancing your parrot lifespan Not only maintaining good health, but also giving her interaction,food,toy as mentioned before . Enhance your parrot life span! Click here to buy with 50% discount
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  • I Wish You to Have a Happy, Affectionate, Joy Full and Messy, active, Demanding, Curious, and Long Lived Bird. “There is no weapon bigger than Love; there is no punishment bigger then pardon, There is no mercy bigger than kind” -V.Mano sankar ozzomm@gmail .com
  • Demo pages: nutritional content
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Calcium Maintains growth and support of bone structure, important for Greys Kale -9620.00 IU Kale absolutely rich and abundant in calcium, lutein, iron, and Vitamins A, C, and K. Kale has seven times the beta-carotene of broccoli and ten times more lutein. Benefits: • It Provide Daily Vitamin Needs Over 100% • Excellent source Of Beta Carotene • Good source of calcium • Contains seven times the beta carotene of broccoli Also contains: Vitamin C: 53.30 mg Vitamin K: 1062.10 mcg Vitamin E: 1.11 mg Calcium: 93.60 mg Protein: 2.47 g Phosphorus: 36.40 mg Magnesium: 23.40 mg Iron: 1.17 mg Zinc: Unknown<>
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Carbohydrates: <> Collard greens Collard Greens Have good source of Calcium, Beta Carotene, Vitamin A Vitamin A- 5945.10 IU Benefits: • Have Good source of Calcium, Provides the Calcium Needs for Greys • Good for Bone Development • If you want to increase your calcium intake for Greys, collards are one of the best plant-based sources Also Contains: Vitamin C: 34.58 mg Vitamin K: 704.00 mcg Vitamin E: 1.67 mg Calcium: 226.10 mg Protein: 4.01 g Phosphorus: 49.40 mg Magnesium: 32.30 mg Iron: Zinc: 0.80 mg Vitamin B6: <> Vitamin B12: <> Carbohydrates: <>
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Broccoli Broccoli noteworthy nutrients including vitamin A and Vitamin C are used to reduce the risk of numerous conditions. Benefits: • Broccoli is a fiber find. Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber Broccoli is a fiber find. • Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber • Do you Need Natural antibiotic? Broccoli provides a health bonus in the form of protective substances that may shield your Parrot from Various diseases Also Contains: Vitamin A: 2280.72 IU Vitamin C: 123.40 mg Vitamin K: 155.20 mcg Vitamin E: 0.75 mg Calcium: 74.72 mg Protein: 1.64 g Phosphorus: 41.76 mg Magnesium: 31.68 mg Iron: 1.15 mg Zinc: Vitamin B Thiamine: 10 mg Carbohydrates: 5.5gm
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Mustard greens Its high antioxidant content ensures itself having been shown to reduce stress and promote healthy sleeping pattern Vitamin A - 4243.40 IU Benefits: • High content of antioxidant Compounds • Highly Recommended for Bone Health • Good for diseases Caused Due to Vitamin A,C Deficiency Also contains: Vitamin C: 35.42 mg Vitamin K: 419.20 mg Vitamin E: 2.81 mg Calcium: 103.60 mg Protein: 3.16 g Phosphorus: 57.40 mg Magnesium: 21.00 mg Iron: 0.98 mg Zinc: 0.80 mg Vitamin B6: 0.14 mg Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: <> Peas Green peas, like dried peas, are legumes, except they're eaten before they mature. As with all legumes, they're chock-full of nutrients and low in calories.
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A: 955.20 IU Also Contains: Vitamin K: 41.40 mcg Phosphorus: 187.20 mcg Magnesium: 62.40 mg Vitamin C: 22.72 mg Protein: 8.52 g Iron 2.46 g Zinc: 1.90g Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine: 0.35 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Iron Combines with protein and copper to assist in hemoglobin production and is required for stress and disease resistance. Nuts almonds Vitamin A- 5 IU Vitamin C: Nil Vitamin K: 0 mcg Vitamin E: 25.87 mg Calcium: 248 mg Protein: 21 mg Phosphorus: 474 mg Magnesium: 275 mg Iron: 4.3 mg Zinc: 3.36 mg Vitamin B6: 0.131 mg Selenium : 2.8 mcg Carbohydrates: 20 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Pumpkins Pumpkin is chock full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants Vitamin A - 6115 IU Benefits: • Pumpkin is perfect when you want a healthy treat to your Parrot • The distinctive bright orange color of pumpkin clearly indicates that it's an excellent source of that all-important antioxidant beta-carotene. • Not only is pumpkin loaded with vitamin A and antioxidant carotenoids, particularly alpha and beta-carotenes, it’s a good source of vitamins C, K, and E, and lots of minerals, including magnesium, potassium, and iron. • Effective against Depression, Parasites and Tape worms Also contains: Vitamin C: 6 mg Vitamin K: <> (unknown) Vitamin E: <> Calcium: 18 mg Protein: 1 g Phosphorus: 25 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: 10.93 mg Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: <> Carbohydrates: 6 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Raisins Vitamin C: 2.3 mg Vitamin K: 3.5 mg Vitamin E: 0.12 mg Calcium: 50 mg Protein: 3 gm Phosphorus: 101 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: 1.88 mg Zinc: 0.22 mg Vitamin B6 : 0.174 mg Carbohydrates: 79 g Kelp Vitamin -11.16 IU Vitamin C: 0.3 mg Vitamin K: 6.6 mg Vitamin E: 0.1 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Calcium: 16.8 mg Protein: 0.2 g Phosphorus: 4.2 mg Magnesium: 12.1 mg Iron: 0.3 mg Zinc: 0.1 mg Selenium-0.1 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Magnesium Involved with many metabolic processes; helps regulate acid-alkaline balance and promotes absorption and metabolism of other minerals, particularly calcium. Magnesium should be in equal amount to phosphorus and both half that to calcium Wheat Germ Vitamin B6 – 1. 75 mg Folate – 323 mcg Vitamin A - Nil Vitamin C - Nil Vitamin E – 4 mg Vitamin K - Nil Calcium – 13 mg Protein – 26.6 mg Iron - 3 mg Zinc – 5 mg Selenium-91.1 mcg Phosphorus-968 mg Magnesium-275 mg Corn Energy – 360 kcal
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin A – 10 ug Vitamin C- 7 g Calcium: 9 mg Protein: 3.2 gm Phosphorus: 120 mg Magnesium: 37 mg Iron: 0.5 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B : 15 g Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: 9 gm Nuts(Raw cashew nuts) Vitamin C: 0.5 mg Vitamin K: 34.1 mg Vitamin E: 0.9 mg Calcium: 37 mg Protein: 18g Phosphorus: 593 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Magnesium: 292 mg Iron: 6.68 mg Zinc: 5.78 mg Vitamin B6: 0.417 mg Selenium : 19.9 mg Carbohydrates: 30 g Nuts almonds Vitamin A- 5 IU Vitamin C: Nil Vitamin K: 0 mcg Vitamin E: 25.87 mg Calcium: 248 mg Protein: 21 mg Phosphorus: 474 mg Magnesium: 275 mg Iron: 4.3 mg Zinc: 3.36 mg Vitamin B6: 0.131 mg Selenium : 2.8 mcg Carbohydrates: 20 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Apples Vitamin A – 75 IU Vitamin C: 06.03 mg Vitamin K: 0 mcg Vitamin E: 0.25 mg Calcium: 8 mg Protein: 0.36 g Phosphorus: 15 mg Magnesium: 7 mg Iron: 0.17 mg Zinc: 0.06 mg Vitamin B6: 0.131 mg Carbohydrates: 19.06 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Protein Provides amino acids (the body’s building blocks). Egg yolks-245 IU Egg Yolks are high in protein and cholesterol Important: Egg Yolks Are Good For Parrot’s Brain and Memory Vitamin C: ----- Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin E: 0.684 mg Calcium: 21.9mg Protein: 2.7 g Phosphorus: 66.2 mg Magnesium: 0.85 mg Iron: 0.4 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B6: 0.09 mg Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: Quinoa
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin C: ----- Vitamin K: ------- Vitamin E: ------- Calcium: 60 mg Protein: 13 g Phosphorus: 410 mg Magnesium: 210 mg Iron: 9.25 mg Zinc: 3.3 mg Vitamin B6: 0.223 mg Vitamin B12: 0 mcg Carbohydrates: 69 g Yogurt Vitamin B6 – 0.1 mg Folate – 29.4 mcg Vitamin A- 17.2 IU Vitamin C – 2.2 mg Vitamin E - Vitamin K – 0.5 mcg Calcium-488 mg Protein – 14.0 mg Iron – 0.2 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Zinc – 2.4 mg Selenium-8.8 mcg Phosphorus-385 mg Magnesium-46.5 mg Nuts(Raw cashew nuts) Vitamin C: 0.5 mg Vitamin K: 34.1 mg Vitamin E: 0.9 mg Calcium: 37 mg Protein: 18g Phosphorus: 593 mg Magnesium: 292 mg Iron: 6.68 mg Zinc: 5.78 mg Vitamin B6: 0.417 mg Selenium : 19.9 mg Carbohydrates: 30 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Zinc Assists with enzymatic reactions, carbohydrate digestion, facilitates the action of the B vitamins, circulation, liver function, immune system function, protein synthesis and cell growth, skin, bone, joint health, wound healing and growth of reproduction organs. Whole Grains Vitamin K: 1.9 mg Vitamin A : 9 IU Vitamin E: 0.82 mg Calcium: 34 mg Protein: 14 g Phosphorus: 346 mg Magnesium: 138 mg Iron: 3.88 mg Zinc: 2.93 mg Vitamin B6: 0.346 mg Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: 73 g Egg yolks-245 IU Egg Yolks are high in protein and cholesterol Important: Egg Yolks Are Good For Parrot’s Brain and Memory Vitamin C: -----
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin E: 0.684 mg Calcium: 21.9mg Protein: 2.7 g Phosphorus: 66.2 mg Magnesium: 0.85 mg Iron: 0.4 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B6: 0.09 mg Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: Peas Green peas, like dried peas, are legumes, except they're eaten before they mature. As with all legumes, they're chock-full of nutrients and low in calories. Vitamin A: 955.20 IU Other contents: Vitamin K: 41.40 mcg Phosphorus: 187.20 mcg Magnesium: 62.40 mg Vitamin C: 22.72 mg Protein: 8.52 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Iron 2.46 g Zinc: 1.90g Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine: 0.35 mg Nuts almonds Vitamin A- 5 IU Vitamin C: Nil Vitamin K: 0 mcg Vitamin E: 25.87 mg Calcium: 248 mg Protein: 21 mg Phosphorus: 474 mg Magnesium: 275 mg Iron: 4.3 mg Zinc: 3.36 mg Vitamin B6: 0.131 mg Selenium : 2.8 mcg Carbohydrates: 20 g Selenium
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots It’s an important antioxidant, commonly combined with vitamin E. It protects the immune system from damage by preventing the development of free radicals Eggs Vitamin C: 2.7 mg Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg Vitamin E: 0.57 mg Calcium: 29 mg Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 23 mg Magnesium: 9 mg Iron: 0.32 g Zinc: 0.30 g Vitamin B6: 0.011 Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: Whole Grains Vitamin K: 1.9 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A : 9 IU Vitamin E: 0.82 mg Calcium: 34 mg Protein: 14 g Phosphorus: 346 mg Magnesium: 138 mg Iron: 3.88 mg Zinc: 2.93 mg Vitamin B6: 0.346 mg Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: 73 g Vegetables Top Ten Nutritious Vegetables 1. Collard Greens 2. Kale 3. Broccoli 4. Brussels Sprouts 5. Green Peppers 6.Sweet Potatoes 7.Peas 8.Carrots
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots 9.Garlic 10.Onions Iodine Necessary for normal cell metabolism, metabolism of excess fat and thyroid function. Kelp Vitamin -11.16 IU Vitamin C: 0.3 mg Vitamin K: 6.6 mg Vitamin E: 0.1 mg Calcium: 16.8 mg Protein: 0.2 g Phosphorus: 4.2 mg Magnesium: 12.1 mg Iron: 0.3 mg Zinc: 0.1 mg Selenium-0.1 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Sesame Seeds Calcium: 351.00 mg Magnesium: 126.36 mg Iron: 5.24 mg Phosphorus: 226.44 mg Zinc: 2.80 mg Vitamin B1: 0.28 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin k Promotes blood clotting, and is useful for normal Alfalfa sprouts -51 IU Alfalfa contains essential enzymes which are required for food digestion .Rich in proteins, Minerals and Vitamins Vitamin C: 2.7 mg Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg Vitamin E: 0.01 mg Calcium: 11 mg Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 23 mg Magnesium: 9 mg Iron: 0.32 g Zinc: 0.30 g Vitamin B6: 0.011 Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates:
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Kelp Vitamin -11.16 IU Vitamin C: 0.3 mg Vitamin K: 6.6 mg Vitamin E: 0.1 mg Calcium: 16.8 mg Protein: 0.2 g Phosphorus: 4.2 mg Magnesium: 12.1 mg Iron: 0.3 mg Zinc: 0.1 mg Selenium-0.1 mg Eggs Vitamin C: 2.7 mg Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg Vitamin E: 0.57 mg Calcium: 29 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 23 mg Magnesium: 9 mg Iron: 0.32 g Zinc: 0.30 g Vitamin B6: 0.011 Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: Beet Greens Vitamin A: 2404 IU Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg Vitamin C: 11.04 mg Vitamin E: 0.57 mg Calcium: 44 mg Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 16 mg Magnesium: 27 mg Iron: 0.98 mg Zinc: 0.14 mg Vitamin B6: 0.040 mg Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: 1.65g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin E Antioxidant protecting cell membranes Wheat Germ Vitamin B6 – 1. 75 mg Folate – 323 mcg Vitamin A - Nil Vitamin C - Nil Vitamin E – 4 mg Vitamin K - Nil Calcium – 13 mg Protein – 26.6 mg Iron - 3 mg Zinc – 5 mg Selenium-91.1 mcg Phosphorus-968 mg Magnesium-275 mg Alfalfa sprouts -51 IU Alfalfa contains essential enzymes which are required for food digestion .Rich in proteins, Minerals and Vitamins Vitamin C: 2.7 mg Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin E: 0.01 mg Calcium: 11 mg Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 23 mg Magnesium: 9 mg Iron: 0.32 g Zinc: 0.30 g Vitamin B6: 0.011 Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: Egg yolks-245 IU Egg Yolks are high in protein and cholesterol Important: Egg Yolks Are Good For Parrot’s Brain and Memory Vitamin C: ----- Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin E: 0.684 mg Calcium: 21.9mg Protein: 2.7 g Phosphorus: 66.2 mg Magnesium: 0.85 mg Iron: 0.4 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B6: 0.09 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: Corn Energy – 360 kcal Vitamin E : 10 mg Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin A – 10 ug Vitamin C- 7 g Calcium: 9 mg Protein: 3.2 gm Phosphorus: 120 mg Magnesium: 37 mg Iron: 0.5 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B : 15 g Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: 9 gm
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Lima Beans Vitamin E- 1.12 mg Vitamin K: 10.7 mg Vitamin A – 473 IU Vitamin C- 36.5mg Calcium: 53 mg Protein: 3.2 gm Phosphorus: 212 mg Magnesium: 90 mg Iron: 4.90 mg Zinc: 1.22 mg Carbohydrates: 31.47 gm
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin C Most important for stressful situations, an anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, antioxidant and anti-stress nutrient. Broccoli Broccoli noteworthy nutrients including vitamin A and Vitamin C are used to reduce the risk of numerous conditions. Benefits: • Broccoli is a fiber find. Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber Broccoli is a fiber find. • Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber • Do you Need Natural antibiotic? Broccoli provides a health bonus in the form of protective substances that may shield your Parrot from Various diseases • Good for digestive system, Bone Development, Good for Injured Parrot(Cells Enrichment and Optimization) Vitamin A: 2280.72 IU Vitamin C: 123.40 mg Vitamin K: 155.20 mcg Vitamin E: 0.75 mg Calcium: 74.72 mg Protein: 1.64 g Phosphorus: 41.76 mg Magnesium: 31.68 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity Guide for parrots Iron: 1.15 mg Zinc: Vitamin B Thiamine: 10 mg Carbohydrates: 5.5gm Green peppers Green Pepper is a rich source of Vitamins C and A. Vitamin A: 630 IU Benefits: • High content of Vit a • High content of Vit c Also Contains Vitamin C: 120 mg Vitamin K: <> Vitamin E: <> Calcium: 11 mg Protein: 1.2 gm Phosphorus: 25 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: <> Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: .04 mg Carbohydrates: 5.7 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Cantaloupe Cantaloupe is the most popular variety of melon of the cucumber family. Cantaloupes range in color from orange-yellow to salmon and have a soft and juicy texture with a sweet, musky aroma that emanates through the melon when it is ripe. Cantaloupes feature a hollow cavity that contains their seeds encased in a web of netting. This fruit has a refreshingly rich flavor and aroma and minimal number of calories. When choosing cantaloupe, choose a fully ripened melon, because according to research as fruits fully ripen, almost to the point of spoilage their antioxidant levels actually increase. Vitamin A: 3,420 IU Contains: Vitamin C: 33 mg Calcium: 17 mg Protein: 6 gm Phosphorus: 16 mg Iron: 2 mg Vitamin B6 pyridoxine: 0.18 mg Papaya –The Most nutritional Fruit It is an excellent source of Vitamin A, C, E, Folic Acid, Potassium, Copper, Beta Carotene, Calcium, Phosphorous, Iron and Fiber! Vitamin A: 1,750 IU Vitamin C: 56 mg Vitamin K: 50 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin E: 45 mg Calcium: 20 mg Iron: 0.3 mg Protein: 0.6 gm Phosphorus: 16 mg Carbohydrates: 10 gm Brussels sprouts Brussels sprouts are naturally low in fat and calories. They have 3-5 grams of fiber per cup, and at 25 calories per 1/2 cup cooked, they give us a reason to eat them more often. Brussels sprouts are one of those foods that will fill you up, without filling you out. Vitamin A: 1121.64 IU Vitamin C – 96.72 mg Vitamin E – 1.33 mg Vitamin K – 218.80 mg Calcium – 56.16 mg Protein – 3.98 g Iron – 1.87 g Folate – 93.60 mg Phosphorus - 87.36 mg Magnesium – 31.20 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin B Participates in metabolic reactions and energy at cell level and other internal growth. Lemons Vitamin B1 – 0.02 mg Vitamin B2 – 0.01 mg Vitamin B6 – 0.03 mg Vitamin A - 12.20 IU Vitamin C,-28.06 mg Vitamin E – 0.14 mg Vitamin K - Nil Vitamin D3 - Calcium - 4.27 mg Protein - NIL Iron - 0.02 mg Zinc – 0.03 mg Iodine - NIL Selenium – 0.06 mg Phosphorus – 3.66 mg Magnesium – 3.66 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Bananas Vitamin B6 – 0.433 mg Vitamin A – 76 IU Vitamin C - 19.6 mg Vitamin E – 0.12 mg Vitamin K -0.6 mcg Calcium – 6.0 mg Protein – 1.29 mg Iron – 0.31 mg Zinc – 18 mg Selenium- 2.3 mcg Phosphorus – 25 mg Magnesium – 32 mg Wheat Germ Vitamin B6 – 1. 75 mg Folate – 323 mcg Vitamin A - Nil Vitamin C - Nil Vitamin E – 4 mg Vitamin K - Nil Calcium – 13 mg Protein – 26.6 mg Iron - 3 mg Zinc – 5 mg Selenium-91.1 mcg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Phosphorus-968 mg Magnesium-275 mg Yogurt Vitamin B6 – 0.1 mg Folate – 29.4 mcg Vitamin A- 17.2 IU Vitamin C – 2.2 mg Vitamin E - Vitamin K – 0.5 mcg Calcium-488 mg Protein – 14.0 mg Iron – 0.2 mg Zinc – 2.4 mg Selenium-8.8 mcg Phosphorus-385 mg Magnesium-46.5 mg Brussels sprouts Folate – 93.60 mg Vitamin A: 1121.64 IU Vitamin C – 96.72 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin E – 1.33 mg Vitamin K – 218.80 mg Calcium – 56.16 mg Protein – 3.98 g Iron – 1.87 g Folate – 93.60 mg Phosphorus - 87.36 mg Magnesium – 31.20 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A Maintains tissue lining, respiratory, reproductive, digestive and urinary tracts Yellow/winter squash – Vit A -1586 IU Winter squash stores well in the winter and are a great source of beta carotene and vitamin A. Also contains: Vitamin C: 14.3 mg Vitamin K: 1.3 mcg Vitamin E: 0.14 mg Calcium: 32 mg Protein: 1.10 g Phosphorus: 27 mg Magnesium: 16 mg Iron: 0.67 mg Zinc: 0.24 mg Vitamin B6: 0.181 mg Vitamin B12: 0 mcg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Sweet potatoes- Sweet potato is rich in Vitamin A (beta-carotene) Vitamin C. It has high fiber content and minerals. Sweet Potatoes (vitamin a): 13107.70 IU Also contains: Vitamin C: 22mg Vitamin K: Vitamin E: 1mg Calcium: 30 mg Protein: 1.8 gm Phosphorus: 49 mg Magnesium: 27 mg Iron: 7mg Zinc: Vitamin B6: Less Than 1 mg Vitamin B12:
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Carrots-12,000 IU Carrot is rich in beta carotene and fiber Vitamin A-12,000 IU Also Contains: Vitamin C: 5 mg Vitamin K: 1 mg Vitamin E: 1 mg Calcium: 39 mg Protein: 1.2 gm Phosphorus: 37 mg Magnesium: Iron: 8mg Zinc: Vitamin B6:0.6 g Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: 9.3 gm Egg yolks Egg Yolks are high in protein and cholesterol Important: Egg Yolks Are Good For Parrot’s Brain and Memory
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A 245 IU Vitamin C: ----- Vitamin K: 0.119 IU Vitamin E: 0.684 mg Calcium: 21.9mg Protein: 2.7 g Phosphorus: 66.2 mg Magnesium: 0.85 mg Iron: 0.4 mg Zinc: 0.4 mg Vitamin B6: 0.09 mg Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: Alfalfa sprouts Alfalfa contains essential enzymes which are required for food digestion .Rich in proteins, Minerals and Vitamins Vitamin A-51 IU
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Also Contains: Vitamin C: 2.7 mg Vitamin K: 10.1 mcg Vitamin E: 0.01 mg Calcium: 11 mg Protein: 1.32 g Phosphorus: 23 mg Magnesium: 9 mg Iron: 0.32 g Zinc: 0.30 g Vitamin B6: 0.011 Vitamin B12: 0 mg Carbohydrates: Endive-2167 IU A Belgian endive contains various vitamins and that it is a good source of fiber. Vitamin C: 1.6 mg Vitamin K: 57.8 mcg Vitamin E: 0.11 mg Calcium: 13 mg Protein: 0.31 g Phosphorus:
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Magnesium: 4 mg Iron: 0.21 mg Zinc: 0.20 mg Vitamin B6: 0.05 mg Vitamin B12: 0 Carbohydrates: 0.84 g Kale -9620.00 IU Kale absolutely rich and abundant in calcium, lutein, iron, and Vitamins A, C, and K. Kale has seven times the beta-carotene of broccoli and ten times more lutein. Benefits: • It Provide Daily Vitamin Needs Over 100% • Excellent source Of Beta Carotene • Good source of calcium • Contains seven times the beta carotene of broccoli Also contains: Vitamin C: 53.30 mg Vitamin K: 1062.10 mcg Vitamin E: 1.11 mg Calcium: 93.60 mg Protein: 2.47 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Phosphorus: 36.40 mg Magnesium: 23.40 mg Iron: 1.17 mg Zinc: Unknown<> Carbohydrates: <> Collard greens Collard Greens Have good source of Calcium, Beta Carotene, Vitamin A Vitamin A- 5945.10 IU Benefits: • Have Good source of Calcium, Provides the Calcium Needs for Greys • Good for Bone Development • If you want to increase your calcium intake for Greys, collards are one of the best plant-based sources Also Contains Vitamin C: 34.58 mg Vitamin K: 704.00 mcg Vitamin E: 1.67 mg Calcium: 226.10 mg Protein: 4.01 g Phosphorus: 49.40 mg Magnesium: 32.30 mg Iron: Zinc: 0.80 mg Vitamin B6: <>
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin B12: <> Carbohydrates: <> Mustard greens Its high antioxidant content ensures itself having been shown to reduce stress and promote healthy sleeping pattern Vitamin A - 4243.40 IU Benefits: • High content of antioxidant Compounds • Good for diseases Caused Due to Vitamin A,C Deficiency Also contains Vitamin C: 35.42 mg Vitamin K: 419.20 mg Vitamin E: 2.81 mg Calcium: 103.60 mg Protein: 3.16 g Phosphorus: 57.40 mg Magnesium: 21.00 mg Iron: 0.98 mg Zinc: 0.80 mg Vitamin B6: 0.14 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates: <> Turnip greens Turnip Greens are high in antioxidants Vitamin A -7917.12 IU Benefits • Turnip Greens Are Extremely High In Vitamin A and Vitamin K • A single one cup serving of turnip greens will contain a mere twenty-eight calories but will supply a multitude of vitamins and minerals within it Also contains: Vitamin C: 39.46 mg Vitamin K: 524.39 mg Vitamin E: 2.48 mg Calcium: 197.28 mg Protein: 1.64 g Phosphorus: 41.76 mg Magnesium: 31.68 mg Iron: 1.15 mg Zinc: Vitamin B6: 0.26 mg Vitamin B12: Carbohydrates:
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Broccoli Broccoli noteworthy nutrients including vitamin A and Vitamin C are used to reduce the risk of numerous conditions. Benefits: • Broccoli is a fiber find. Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber Broccoli is a fiber find. • Not only is it a rich source, but half of its fiber is insoluble and half is soluble, helping to meet your needs for both types of fiber • Do you Need Natural antibiotic? Broccoli provides a health bonus in the form of protective substances that may shield your Parrot from Various diseases Vitamin A: 2280.72 IU Vitamin C: 123.40 mg Vitamin K: 155.20 mcg Vitamin E: 0.75 mg Calcium: 74.72 mg Protein: 1.64 g Phosphorus: 41.76 mg Magnesium: 31.68 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Iron: 1.15 mg Zinc: Vitamin B Thiamine: 10 mg Carbohydrates: 5.5gm Chard Swiss chard contains a great deal of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, sodium, and calcium. It is best not to cook it for a long time, because its vitamin content will decrease. Vitamin A: 5493.25 IU Benefits • It is good when combined with other vegetables in salads • It is beneficial to the digestive system, because it contains many of the vitamins and minerals essential to its operation. • To maintain freshness always store unused chard in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Also Contains: Vitamin C: 31.50 mg Vitamin K: 572.80mcg Vitamin E: 3.31 mg Calcium: 101.50 mg Protein: 3.29 g Phosphorus: 57.75 mg Magnesium: 150.50 mg Iron: 3.96 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Zinc: 0.58 mg Vitamin B6 pyridoxine: 0.15 mg Carbohydrates :<> Green peppers Green Pepper is a rich source of Vitamins C and A. Vitamin A: 630 IU Benefits: • High content of Vit a • High content of Vit c Also Contains Vitamin C: 120 mg Vitamin K: <> Vitamin E: <> Calcium: 11 mg Protein: 1.2 gm Phosphorus: 25 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: <> Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: .04 mg Carbohydrates: 5.7 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Chili peppers A typical chili pepper packs more vitamin C than an orange, so if you’re Grey need an extra C, grab a chili pepper! Vitamin A: 531.60 IU Benefits: • Chili Peppers have antioxidant properties. • Chili peppers of all types are rich in vitamin C, K • Red chili peppers are a very good source of vitamin A, vitamin C and dietary fiber. They are also a good source of iron and potassium. • Avoid Excessive Consumption. Excessive consumption of chilies may have some adverse effects on your parrot Health, Causes Health Problems Also Contains: Vitamin C: 3.84 mg Iron: 0.60 mg Pumpkins Pumpkin is chock full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants Vitamin A - 6115 IU Benefits: • Pumpkin is perfect when you want a healthy treat to your Parrot
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots • The distinctive bright orange color of pumpkin clearly indicates that it's an excellent source of that all-important antioxidant beta-carotene. • Not only is pumpkin loaded with vitamin A and antioxidant carotenoids, particularly alpha and beta-carotenes, it’s a good source of vitamins C, K, and E, and lots of minerals, including magnesium, potassium, and iron. Also contains: Vitamin C: 6 mg Vitamin K: <> (unknown) Vitamin E: <> Calcium: 18 mg Protein: 1 g Phosphorus: 25 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: <> Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: <> Carbohydrates: 6 g Dandelion greens Dandelion is rich in calcium, which is essential for growth and strength of bones, and is rich is anti oxidants like vitamin-C and Lutein Vitamin A: 10160 IU
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Benefits: • It is a valuable herbal remedy • The entire plant is used in herbal remedies: roots, leaves, and flowers. • Many exotic pets can benefit from a snack of dandelion greens, as long as they are harvested in a pesticide free area • Dandelion can also be used as a vegetable and is a good source of fiber Also contains: Vitamin C: 35 mg Vitamin K: 778 mcg Vitamin E: 3.4 mg Calcium: 187 mg Protein: 1 g Phosphorus: 25 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: 3.1 mg Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: 0.6 mg Carbohydrates: 6 g
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Parsley High enzyme content Vitamin A 631.80 IU Also contains: Vitamin C: 9.97 mg Vitamin K: 123.00 mcg Mango Mango is a rich source of vitamin A (beta-carotene), E and Selenium Vitamin A: 6,350 IU Also Contains: Vitamin C: 41 mg Calcium: 9mg Protein: 7 gm Phosphorus: 13 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Magnesium: 45 mg Iron: 1mg Zinc: 295g Carbohydrates: 30 g Cantaloupe Cantaloupe is the most popular variety of melon of the cucumber family. Cantaloupes range in color from orange-yellow to salmon and have a soft and juicy texture with a sweet, musky aroma that emanates through the melon when it is ripe. Cantaloupes feature a hollow cavity that contains their seeds encased in a web of netting. This fruit has a refreshingly rich flavor and aroma and minimal number of calories. When choosing cantaloupe, choose a fully ripened melon, because according to research as fruits fully ripen, almost to the point of spoilage their antioxidant levels actually increase. Vitamin A: 3,420 IU Also Contains: Vitamin C: 33 mg Calcium: 17 mg Protein: 6 gm Phosphorus: 16 mg Iron: 2 mg Vitamin B6 pyridoxine: 0.18 mg
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Persimmons Persimmon is a deep orange, waxy fruit which is similar to a tomato in shape. Vitamin A: 10,080 IU Persimmons which have dark-colored flesh are always sweet and non-astringent and should be eaten before they become too soft. Varieties with light-colored flesh have astringent taste until they soften. The astringent taste is due to the presence of a large amount of tannin. The fruit has to be harvested with care, and not be allowed to ripen and fall from the tree, because this would bruise the very tender and soft fruit. The best way to remove the thin skin of this fruit is by placing it under running water while scraping off the skin. Also Contains: Vitamin C: 20 mg Vitamin K: 778 mcg Calcium: 26 mg Protein: 1 g Phosphorus: 97 mg Magnesium: <> Iron: 1.3 mg Zinc: <> Vitamin B Thiamine: 11 mg Apricots Apricot is high in vitamin A; apricots are those beautifully orange colored fruits full of beta-carotene and fiber
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A: 914.20 IU Apricots are packed with nutrients and antioxidants. They are rich in vitamin A (providing about 50% of the daily value in 3 apricots) and are a very good source of vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, iron, manganese, and copper. Also Contains: Vitamin C: 3.50 mg Carbohydrates: 37 g Calcium: 26 mg Protein: 4g Phosphorus: 97 mg Iron: 4 mg Vitamin B Thiamine: 11 mg Papaya –The Most nutritional Fruit It is an excellent source of Vitamin A, C, E, Folic Acid, Potassium, Copper, Beta Carotene, Calcium, Phosphorous, Iron and Fiber! Vitamin A: 1,750 IU Also contains: Vitamin C: 56 mg Vitamin K: 50 mg Vitamin E: 45 mg Calcium: 20 mg Iron: 0.3 mg Protein: 0.6 gm
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Phosphorus: 16 mg Carbohydrates: 10 gm Brussels sprouts Brussels sprouts are naturally low in fat and calories. They have 3-5 grams of fiber per cup, and at 25 calories per 1/2 cup cooked, they give us a reason to eat them more often. Brussels sprouts are one of those foods that will fill you up, without filling you out. Vitamin A: 1121.64 IU Also contains: Vitamin C – 96.72 mg Vitamin E – 1.33 mg Vitamin K – 218.80 mg Calcium – 56.16 mg Protein – 3.98 g Iron – 1.87 g Folate – 93.60 mg Phosphorus - 87.36 mg Magnesium – 31.20 mg Peas Green peas, like dried peas, are legumes, except they're eaten before they mature. As with all legumes, they're chock-full of nutrients and low in calories.
  • Copyright 2009-Longevity guide for parrots Vitamin A: 955.20 IU Also contains: Vitamin K: 41.40 mcg Phosphorus: 187.20 mcg Magnesium: 62.40 mg Vitamin C: 22.72 mg Protein: 8.52 g Iron 2.46 g Zinc: 1.90g Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine: 0.35 mg